- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... camp. Resigned to the fact that one way or another I will end up with a stomach bug at some point this holiday, I braved a whole new culinary challenge... Oyster omelette. They are slimy, they taste almost raw and are eaten with a bizarre spicy sauce, but actually not as bad as all that might suggest. Our next stop was with some lovely looking fish that reminded me of a sardine. They were whole, about 8 inches long and rolled in a bread batter ...
... the crowd of elbowers) and head for the next stop—Shilin Presidential Residence
The Shilin Official Residence was the former home of the late President Chiang Kai-sheck. In 1996, it was placed under the care of the city government and partially opened to the public, lifting the veil of mystey that had hung over the estate for nearly half a century. The expansive and elegant garden has a romantic European feel, with rose beds and ...
... A340-300) with a seating capacity of [?], I had my doubts we'd pull away from the gate on time. But it always amazes me, right on time we start moving as scheduled. However, upon getting myself settled into my assigned seat (37B), I noticed the guy sitting in the window seat one row behind,had his wrists together secured with a cable tie. A little troubling and peculiar. Before I got a chance to sit down, myself and the ...
... exactly the best with heights, but I somehow managed to force myself to go up to the top with Alexandra to "admire" the view! To be fair, it was pretty spectacular. We obviously got there quite late in the evening (after all the queuing it took to get our tickets aswell) so we saw Taipei lit up! A fair sight. As you enter the top floor you get a little phone which corresponds to "stations" at different view points, where a narrator would tell you what you were actually looking at ...
The three countries I have now travelled to - Singapore, Brunei and Malaysia - were all recognisable as being located on planet Earth. They were different to my homeland, sure, but there was still so much which reassured me that I hadn't been transported to outer space, probably because those three countries were once part of the British Empire, like Australia. Singapore's Padang is a tropical version of Melbourne's Spring Street with stern Late Victorian civic architecture. I drank ...